April 08, 2018 0 Comments

Welcome Dare 2B Atrzy fans!!

Kendra here from Luv 2 Scrap N Make Cards to share a fun project with you!!

Today I am featuring the awesome Wacky Boxes Stencil!!

I used my Distress Oxide Inks with the Wacky Boxes Stencil to create this fun background!

After creating the background I used the Friends Layer Die to die cut just the top ‘friends’ layer from the background I created!  I also used the die cut to cut a few more from plain white cardstock, so I could layer them together so that it stood off my card a little!!

I also stamped one of the floral images from the Blossom stamp set in Totally Black Ink on the left side to add some interest!  I really like how it looks!!

Here’s just an in process photo after using the stencil and oxides to create my background:

I really, really, really like the Wacky Boxes Stencil!!

So much fun!!

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